When I was a cop, I often disappointed people who wanted me to take some enforcement action, without evidence of a crime. If the complainant could not allege a crime, I could not take enforcement actin. That is pretty basic Police 101. If I took enforcement action without being able to articulate Probable Cause, I opened myself, individually, to civil or criminal penalties.
Yet, we have the curious case of the FBI raiding Project Veritas over the weekend. It seems that Ashley Biden, the daughter of the president, keeps a diary, and she left that diary in a room somewhere. Subsequently, someone took possession of it and offered it to Project Veritas.
Project Veritas did their own due diligence and determined that they could not independently verify the provenance or accuracy of the document, so they declined to publish it. They notified law enforcement. The FBI raided them over the weekend.
It appears that the FBI is now the enforcement arm of he Democratic Party. We can cite the Tucker Carlson unmasking, or we can point to the Hunter Biden Laptop. Or, we could cite the curious chain of events over the gun that Hunter Biden discarded behind a restaurant.
Or, we could go farther back to the insufferable actions of the FBI during the period I call Comey's Disgrace.
At some point, the good agents (if there are any left) will have to stand up and demand that the FBI return to the core mission of protecting the American people, not merely protecting the Biden family or the Democrats from their own sense of entitlement.